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126 olas (ka-ñī); 515 x 65 mm; 2 cord holes, 8 lines, 85 char., Burmese medium script, 430 mm; numb. Burm. letters; 2 wooden covers red lacquered on recto, black lacquered on verso. Date: BS. 1182 (copied by Bakarā) = 1820 A.D. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Vessantara-Jataka Burmese
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620 olas (ka-ghyaḥ) in 19 bundles; 560 x 60 mm; 2 cord holes, 5 lines, 62 char., Kham script, 450 mm; numb. Kham letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges; 2 thick wooden covers. Many notes in ink between lines in Siamese language. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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European paper. RAS handlist 3 gives: "A list of Buddhist dignitaries compiled by the Mahārājādhirāja Guru for James A. Colbeck ..."; columns of figures in Burmese; in latin script on the cover: "from the Tha-tha-na-bexing? to James Colbeck, Mandalay 1st August 1887". Cartouche inscribed in Burmese: mālāṅkāradhajadhammasenāpati atuladhipatisīripavaramahādhammarājādhirāja guru. This document contains a list of statistics on Buddhist monks in Upper Burma. These...
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Two astronomical and astrological tables and figures
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No title. This ms. appears to be a manual on meditation. Date: copied in BS. 1181 = 1819 AD, but seems to be based on or copied from an earlier version written in 1125/1763 (p. ke verso). The slip attached to the ms gives the latter date wrongly as 1769.
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64 olas (ka-ghū) in 2 bundles (phūk); 585 x 56 mm; 2 cord holes, 5 lines, 72 char., Kham script, 480 mm; numb. Kham letters; gilded edges, 1st & last olas of each bundle, gilded, decorated in brown lacquer with charming floral, squirrels and birds motifs, 1st ola of each bundle, title in the central cartouche: braḥ pālī moha[vi]cchedanī phūk ...; no covers. This ms. belongs to the collection of similar bundles kept under RAS BURMESE 30, 32, 33 & 34, same style of decorations,...
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1. Kammavācā 16 partly gilded, decorated ivory plates (ke-[kē]); 540 x 92 mm; 2 cord holes, 4 lines, 25 char. in blacl lacquer, Burmese tamarind-seed large script, 480 mm; punctuation in red and gold; 2 red lacquered, gilded, very light wooden covers decorated in red. Seriously damaged, most of the lacquer of the script and gilded motifs have fallen, to be opend with care as it is brittle. No date - Is it according to Transactions RAS 183, appendix donation of books &c. p. lx, presented...
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203 olas (ka-ṭṭhaḥ) in 6 bundles (phūk); 585 x 56 mm; 2 cord holes, 5 lines, 72 char., Kham script, 480 mm; numb. Kham letters; gilded edges, 1st & last olas of each bundle, gilded, decorated in brown lacquer with charming floral, squirrels and birds motifs, 1st ola of each bundle, title in the central cartouche: braḥ pāṭha abhidhammavatāra phūk ...; 2 wooden covers, recto gilded decorated like the olas, verso plain red lacquered. This ms. belongs to the collection of similar...
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Parabaik.
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68 olas (ka-ghaṃ) in 2 bundles (phūk); 585 x 56 mm; 2 cord holes, 5 lines, 72 char., Kham script, 480 mm; numb. Kham letters; gilded edges, 1st & last olas of each bundle, gilded, decorated in brown lacquer with charming floral, squirrels and birds motifs, 1st ola of eachbundle, title in the central cartouche: braḥ pāḷī abhidhammatthasaṅgaha phūk ...; 2 wooden covers. This ms. belongs to the collection of similar bundles kept under RAS BURMESE 30, 31, 33, & 34, same style of...
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Pāli-Burmese nissaya. 306 olas (la-hāh + a-āh + kya-dhyāh-na); 495 x 60 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 56 char., Burm. medium script, 390 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers, Date: BS. 1169 = 1807 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76. .
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1. Aṅguttaranikāya - Catukkanipāta, fragments Beg., ola 1a (ki): ti | katamehi catūhi | ariyena bhikkhave sīlena asamannāgato imasmā dhammavinayā papatito ti vuccati | ariyena bhikkhave samādhinā asamannāgato imasmā dhammavinayā ... Ends, ola 123b (bhī) line 4: || abhiñāvaggo chaṭṭho || uddānaṃ || abhiñā pariyesanā | saṅgaho mālukyaputto | dve athakulaṃ dve ājañā balāni ca | arañasmi kammena cāti || catūhu bhikkhave dhammehi samannāgato yathābathaṃ...
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1. [Dhammapada], extract 2. [Vinayapiṭaka - Mahāvagga - Bodhikathā], extract 3. [Mahāpaṭṭhāna], extract Silver scroll, 365 x 28 mm, 6 lines, writing incised on one side only, 128 char. minute Burmese round script, 350 mm; no numbering. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76. 1. [Dhammapada], extract 2. [Vinayapiṭaka - Mahāvagga - Bodhikathā],...
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14 olas (ka-kāḥ); 510 x 65 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 62 char., Burm. medium script, 412 mm; numb. Burm. letters; 2 wooden covers. No date (note in English: "originally compiled 1681 AD?") See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pāli-Burmese nissaya. 219 olas (ka-dō); 500 x 55 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 65 char., Burm. medium script, 425 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers red lacquered with upper part black lacquered on recto. Date: BS. 1160 = 1798 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76. .
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[Abhidhammaṭṭhakathā], abridged. 1. Dhammasaṅgaṇi - aṭṭhakathā [- Atthasālinī] 2. Vibhaṅgaṭṭhakathā [- Sammohavinodanī] 3. [Pañcapakaraṇaṭṭhakathā] - Dhātukathaṭṭhakathā 4. Puggalapaññatti - aṭṭhakathā] 5. Kathāvatthu - aṭṭhakathā 6. Yamakaṭṭhakathā 7. Mahāpaṭṭhānaṭṭhakathā 7 bundles, 43 olas (ka-gaḥ) + 26 (ka-khē) + 16 (ṅai-ce) + 26 (caḥ-je) + 22 (jē-jhaḥ) + 19 (ña-ṭī) + 21 (ṭe-ṭṭhū), some bundles mixed;...
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40 olas (ka-gū); 585 x 56 mm; 2 cord holes, 5 lines, 72 char. Kham script, 480 mm; numb. Kham. letters; gilded edges, 1st & last olas gilded, decorated in brown lacqeur with charming floral motifs, title in the central cartouche: braḥ bhikkhupāṭimokkhaṃ niṭṭhitaṃ; 2 wooden covers. This ms. belongs to the collection of similar bundles kept under RAS BURMESE 31, 32, 33 & 34, same style of decorations, same measurements. This ms. should be classified with Siamese ms. No date....
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Parabaik.
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51 olas (ṅa-cho); 585 x 56 mm; 2 cord holes, 5 lines, 72 char., Kham script, 480 mm; numb. Kham letters; gilded edges, 1st & last olas gilded, decorated in brown lacquer with charming floral and birds motifs, 1st ola slightly damaged by labels, title in the central cartouche: braḥ bhikkhunipāṭimokkhaṃ niṭṭihaṃ; 2 wooden covers. This ms. belongs to the collection of similar bundles kept under RAS BURMESE 30, 31, 32, & 34, same style of decorations, same measurements. This...
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Pali-Burmese nissaya. 32 olas (ka-ṅē + ka-kha); 515 x 65 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 42 char., Burmese large round script, 420 mm; 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1182 = 1820 AD. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Bo tee vong in Talaing (Mon) language
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Pāli-Burmese nissaya. 234 olas (ka-nā); 515 x 53 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 58 char., Burm. medium script, 410 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. Cf. Jātaka no. 455, ed. Fausboll PTS, 1887, pp. 90-5, Mātiposakajātaka. Date: BS. 1016? = 1788 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76
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Pali-Burmese nissaya fragments. Folding book (purapuik), white paper, 12 folds; 360 x 95 mm; 7 lines, 35 char., Burm. large round script, 330 mm; no numb.; 1st and last folds painted in brown colour, used as covers. In black ink on the 1st cover: "Presented b I.C.C. Sutherland Esq. May 3, 1828." No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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13 olas (no numbering); 510 x 65 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 70 char., Burm. medium script, 410 mm; 2 wooden covers. Cf. Minayeff 1894 (Recherches sur le bouddhisme) p. 143 note 3, quotes this manuscript Uppātasantippakaraṇaṃ (Bibl. de la Soc. As. de Londres); "Une semblabe priere est rapportee dans l'Uppātasantippakaraṇaṃ. L'enumeration des yaksas y est la meme que sand le Mahāsamayasutta (voy. Grimblot, p. 283), mais elle se termine par l'invocation: karontu me mahāsantiṃ...
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8 olas (ka-kū); 475 x 50 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 75 char., Burm. medium script, 400 mm; numb. Burm, letters; 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1181 = 1819 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Copies written on black parabaik in Burmese of various orders regarding the management of the Laedaw or Royal fields in the Prome district dated 1191 BE 1829 AD. Presented to the Royal Asiatic Society Nov 1889 as a specimen, R.D.A[rdagh]?"
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Kammavācā, with sazigyo 11 dark red lacquered, gilded, decorated plates, stiffened cloth (ka-[kaṃ]); 540 x 95 mm, 1 cord hole, 5 lines, 40 char. in black lac., Burmese tamarind-seed large script, 490 mm; decorated margins, beg. and end foll. only, no decorations between lines of the text; colophon in Burmese on last fol.; 2 very light wooden covers, black lacquered on versos, plain gilded on rectos only, without decorations. Wrapped in a multi-coloured cotton cloth woven with bamboo slats....
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94 olas (k?-ce); 460 x 55 mm; 2 cord holes, 10 lines, 62 char., Burm. medium script, 375 mm; numb. Burm. letters; gilded edges; 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1225 = 1863 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the P?li Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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429 olas (ka-khyi); 520 x 55 mm; 2 cord holes, 8 lines, 75 char., Burm. medium script, 430 mm; numb. Burm. letters; gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. Colophons of different suttas underlined in blue ink. Used for PTS ed. 1915 by H. Smith from a collation by Mabel Hunt, preface p. VII under abbreviation Ba = S.N. Pj. II, Library of Royal Asiatic Society [14, Burmese Coll.], saec. XVIII. Date: BS. 1150 = 1788 AD. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal...
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11 gilded, decorated olas (no numbering); 545 x 68 mm; 2 cord holes, 5 lines, 38 char., Burm. large round script, 440 mm; 2 wooden covers, red lacquered, gilded and decorated in red. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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1. Various grammatical fragments and other texts, Pali-Burmese nissaya 76 olas (mixed); 500 x 55 mm; 2 cord holes, 8 lines, 60 to 80 char., Burm. medium script; numb. Burm. letters, different hands, 400 to 430 mm; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges. Dates: BS. 1134 & 1136 = 1772 & 1774 AD 2. Quotations from commentaries, fragment Pali-Burmese nissaya 12 olas (gō-ghāḥ); 490 x 50 mm, 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 80 char., Burm. medium script; numb. Burm. letters, 420 mm; red...
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Pali-Burmese nissaya. 18 olas (ka-khā); 575 x 51 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 82 char., Burm. medium script, 400 mm; numb. Burm. letters; 2 wooden covers. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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236 olas (ka-phī); 500 x 60 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 60 char., Burm. medium script, 415 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1146 = 1784 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pali-Burmese nissaya. Iti pi so / Buddhagu?? / Sv?kkh?to / Dhammagu?a / Sa?ghagu?? / ... etc. 28 olas (ka-g?); 505 x 58 mm; 2 cord holes, 8 lines, 90 char., Burm. medium script, 415 mm; numb. Burm. letters; 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1177 = 1815 AD. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the P?li Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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310 olas (ka-mo); 512 x 50 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 78 char., Burm. medium script, 40 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers red lacquered on verso, black lacquered on recto. Date: BS. 1016? - 1654? AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76. .
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Dasadhammasutta and various fragments, Pali-Burmese nissaya fragments 15 olas different sizes (mixed); 475 x 50 mm, 2 cord holes, 7 to 12 lines, Burm. minute and medium script; numb. Burm. letters; 2 wooden covers. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pali-Burmese nissaya. 17 olas (ka-khā); 520 x 60 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 to 10 lines, 70 char., Burm. medium script, 440 mm; 2 wooden covers. Handlist 2 states "no 24 ... on the adoration of Buddha, poem in 108 verses..." (This is not the text of ms. Bechert 1977 no 112 pp. 159-61). Date: BS. 1143 = 1781 AD.
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1. [Kammavācā] - Chārattaṃ - mānattaṃ?, fragment A single ola (kho); 540 x 66 mm; a single cord hole, 5 lines, 45 char., Burm. large round script in black lac, 500 mm; numb. Burm. letters; gilded with red motifs. No date. 2. [Kammavācā], fragment Gilded decorated copper plates; foll. 2 (kō-kaṃ); 555 x 100 mm; 2 cord holes, 5 lines, 30 char. in blacl lac, tamarind-seed script, 520 mm; a single wooden cover, dark red lacquered and decorated in silver motifs. Label in ink: "Pali...
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Fragment Pāli-Burmese nissaya. 110 olas (ka-cho-(wanting chō-jhyi?) jhyī-ñū); 500 x 62 mm; 2 cord holes, 10 lines, 51 char., Burm. medium script, 410 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1140 = 1788 AD. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76. Presented by Sutherland Esq. May 3 1828.
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1. [Kaccāyanapakaraṇa] Sandhi, Nāma, Kāraka, Samāsa, Taddhita, Ākhyāta, Kita, Uṇādikappa. 2. Abhidhānappadīpikā 3. Vuttodaya 4. Subodhālaṅkāra fragments. 58 olas (kaṃ-ṅi) + 41 (ṅī-chu) + 9 (chū-cho) + 17 (chō-jē); 490 x 58 mm, 2 cord holes, 10 lines, 108 char., Burm. minute fine script; 30 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges. Date: BS. 1224 = 1862 AD. 5. [Vinayapiṭaka] - Bhikkhunīpāṭimokkha, Pāli-Burmese nissaya 6. Mūlasikkhā,...
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Fragment Pali-Burmese nissaya. 257 olas (be-ṭyī); 520 x 55 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 82 char., Burm. medium script, 450 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 thick wooden covers; wrapped in a red and green cotton cloth woven with bamboo slats. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pali-Burmese nissaya fragments. See RAS Burmese 8? 59 olas (ka-ṅū) + 29 olas (cho-jhō) + 20 olas (ṭō-ḍha); 512 x 55 mm; 2 cord holes, 8 lines, 75 char., Burm. medium script, 429 mm; numb. Burm. letters; dark red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges; 2 ill-fitting wooden covers. Date: BS. 1185? = 1823 AD? - Presented by Dr Waddell. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt....
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[Vinayapiṭaka] - Suttavibhaṅga] - Pārājikaṃ pāḷitō pāḷī 141 olas (ka-phe, mixed, many missing); 485 x 52 mm, 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 58 char., Burm. medium script, 410 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges. Date: BS. 1176 = 1814 AD. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pāli-Burmese fragment (3rd part). 23 olas (ṅū-chū); 510 x 60 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 72 char., Burm. medium script, 20 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1158 = 1796 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Vidhurajātaka, Pāli-Burmese nissaya, fragments. 90 olas (mixed); 492 x 55 mm, 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 80 char., Burm. medium script, 410 mm; num. Burm. letters; black laquered in the middle, gilded edges; no covers. Date: BS. 1200 = 1838 AD. Presented by Mrs Picot, 1919 (Lt. Col. H.P. Picot coll.) See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pāli-Burmese nissaya fragment. 318 olas (ka-sū); 505 x 62 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 65 char., Burm. medium script, 415 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1149 = 1787 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pāli-Burmese nissaya. 93 olas (khyi-chyo); 512 x 70 mm; 2 cord holes, 10 lines, 55 char., Burm. medium script, 410 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1145 = 1783 AD. Presented by Mr Alexander Colvin of Calcutta Nov. 5 1825. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pāli-Burmese nissaya fragment. 97 olas (ka-jāḥ); 505 x 48 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 58 char., Burm. medium script, 430 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Fragment. 196 olas (ḷī-ḷāḥ +a -ḍyāḥ); 500 x 60 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 64 char., Burm. medium script, 400 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. Date, according to fly note in English: BS. 1150 = 1788 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Fragments. 252 olas (ka-pu, some mixed); 482 x 45 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 65 char., Burm. medium script, 395 mm; numb. Burm. letters; gilded edges, 2 thick wooden covers. Date: BS. 1185 = 1823 AD See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pāli-Burmese nissaya. 373 olas (ka-ghāḥ + jha-ñāḥ + ṭa-ṇāḥ + ta-nāḥ + pa-māḥ + ya-sāḥ + ha-khyu); 500 x 62 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 56 char., Burm. mediu script, 420 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1136 = 1774 AD. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76. Presented by R. Clarke...
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Fragment, Pali-Burmese nissaya. 19 olas (ka-khi);470 x 50 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 70 char., Burm. medium script, 390 mm; numb. Burm. letters; 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1182 = 1820 AD. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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18 olas (ka-kha); 470 x 45 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 62 char., Burm. medium script, 400 mm; numb. Burm. letters; 2 wooden covers. Cf. Burmese ed. Dhūtaṅgavinicchaya [A work on the 13 dhutanga mortifications. 1899] BL. 1400.e.15 (vol. I) No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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Pali-Burmese nissaya. 41 olas (chō-ḍā); 495 x 48 mm; 2 cord holes, 8 lines, 50 char., Burm. medium script, 440 mm; numb. Burm. letters, dark red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges; 2 wooden covers. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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196 olas (ḍhya-vyaṃ); 500 x 55 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 62 char., Burm. medium script, 400 mm; numb. Burm. letters; red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges, 2 thick wooden covers. Date: BS. 1156 = 1794 AD. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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5 olas (ka-ku); 495 x 48 mm; 2 cord holes, 7 lines, 75 char., Burm. medium script, 430 mm; 2 wooden covers. This ms. has been used by the French scholar Eugene Burnouf for a transcript now kept in Bibliotheque nationale Paris under the shelfmark Papiers Burnouf 71(1), Fol 1a, a l'encre: "Manuscrit Pali 1ere boite. Philosophie des siamois appelee Boromat d'apres la note qui se trouve sur le manuscrit." Fol 2a: "Colle sur le ms. de Londres Soc. As. no 25 (read no 23 instead of no...
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1. Kaccāyanapakaraṇa - Nāmmakappa, fragment. 16 olas (khī-ge); 500 x 56 mm; 2 cord holes, 8 lines, 50 char., Burm. medium script, 400 mm; numb. Burm. letters; dark lacquered in the middle, gilded edges. No date. 2. [Dīghanikāya] - Sut Mahāvā, Pali-Burmese nissaya 104 olas(phū-saṃ); 500 x 60 mm; 2 cord holes, 8 lines, 55 char., Burm. medium script, 410 mm; numb. Burm. letters; dark red lacquered in the middle, gilded edges. No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli...
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14 olas (ka-khā) + 9 olas (khi-kho); 510 x 66 mm; 2 cord holes, 9 lines, 58 char., Burm. medium script, 410 mm; numb. Burm. letters; 2 wooden covers. Date: BS. 1178 = 1816 AD & 1182 = 1820 AD. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.
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